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- adj. tangled or twisted together.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enmesh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. caught as if in a mesh
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But while it is true that the United States is again enmeshed in controversial wars in Asia, the circumstances prompting the show's rebellious acts feel as if they bear only tangential resemblance to modern America.
By the time he was grown, I was again enmeshed in the school year calendar because of my job in the high school.
Patrick Kurp really touches upon the heart of the matter when he describes the Green cover, though; and, that word, "enmeshed," just seamlessly pulls the sleek synchro-feel of it all together, IMO.
I have dim memories of other books being turned into ABC dramas, like perhaps Carrie's war by Nina Bawden, but they never overwrote the book - this one the book and the show are kind of enmeshed in my mind.
"enmeshed" and attempt to facilitate healthy separation and/or individuation.
Since the end of the Vietnam War in the early 1970s, the United States has been more deeply enmeshed and invested in this region than anywhere else.
Life Partners has been enmeshed in controversy over whether it has provided inaccurately short estimates of how long the insured people are likely to live, a key part of the investment equation.
You dream division in your fall of soul enmeshed in brawn of stuff.
Othello, too, a partial of observed, was mostly nave when enmeshed in difficult romantic relations widely separated from a battlefield; nonetheless we assimilate his feelings as good as sympathize even as we shake up a heads.
I haven't let myself get too enmeshed in quandaries of moral equivalence since my last philosophy class, circa 1994.
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